Hello friends I had the Pfizer vaccine yesterday at the Princess Royal in Haywards Heath. Great team and really well organised. It doesn't hurt a bit. We all need to get one and then we can come out of this nightmare and move on up! Please grab the chance when it comes Jeanette was last week and Nige was today... its coming

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      We at the Physio Therapy Centre hope to be getting the vaccine jabs next week- we are on the list! It makes me feel that we are moving closer to a better place after what has been a tricky time for all.  This will be Jab 1.   I have been reading about getting Jab 1 and about delays to then getting Jab 2. Data from testing, together with knowledge about other vaccines suggest that any delay for Jab 2 should not make it less effective. Whether it’s the Pfizer or the Oxford Jab 2 should follow Jab 1 within about 28 days. A single dose of the Pfizer is about 85-90% [...]

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    Running during lockdown/s in 2020   Jason Pongracic  2020...what a crazy year it was! With everything COVID has brought us, the disruption in many of our everyday lives has meant that we've all had to find new ways to keep ourselves busy. While some (myself included) have spent hours on the couch watching every new show Netflix has to offer, a lot of people have taken up running during lockdown. There are the first timers, the weekend warriors who are now training like athletes and even the seasoned runners who have taken up the challenge of aiming for a personal best. [...]

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    Travelling within a Tier 4 area is fine for medical appointments. See below taken from the Government website. Please contact us via our website  here at https://www.therapy-centre.net  if you wish to make an appointment or make any changes to existing appointments. Visit here for our requirements. If you live in a Tier 4 area, you must not leave your home unless you have a reasonable excuse (for example, for work or education purposes). If you need to travel you should stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live – and [...]

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    We have written a new template for data collection and reviews. You will receive this via email when you first make an appt with us. We collect data so that we can measure our quality and your functionality and "wellness". We also hope that you will leave a review either on Google or FB so there is information on that.  Here is the template: Hello Thank you so much for reading all this and helping us to be the best we can. We apologise for all this paperwork, but we are collecting data for the University of Brighton to help make our physiotherapy provision the best we can. We [...]

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  • Phase II of the Covid 19 response and face2face treatment

    The main points are to maintain social distancing as we are best able and to always keep your hands as clean as possible.  We want you to be safe and feel safe when you are at the Centre so we will be doing our upmost to ensure this.

    If you are not sure whether it is best to have an online appt or if you would benefit more by being seen face to face then we can arrange a phone call to discuss this.  We have a “virtual first” approach.

    However if you think you would like to see one of our therapists then you will be asked to agree that you are not a diagnosed or suspected Covid 19 carrier and then we will agree together that you understand the risks and have agreed to a face2face meeting.  You will also need to consent to treatment. Please do not come to the Centre if you suspect at all that you may be a risk. Please confirm that:

    You have not had any recent alteration in taste or smell

    You do not have a temperature

    You do not have a new continuous cough

    Procedure at the Physio Therapy Centre

    • Arrive at practice and wait in car until called. Please consider wearing a mask if you have one or we will provide one. If on foot or by bike ring bell and go in and sit in the hall
    • Please cleanse your hands on entering the building
    • your therapist who will be wearing a mask and apron will collect you from your car or hall
    • Your temperature will taken via an infrared thermometer
    • If you have a temperature you will not be able to continue with the appointment  
    • You will be asked to wear a mask if you are not already wearing one
    • You will need to sign that you consent to treatment
    • You will then go to the room that will have been pre-cleansed.
    • A consultation will follow to assess your condition as per a normal session
    • The therapist will then wash their hands and then they will put on gloves
    • Treatment will follow that may be education, advice, exercise therapy and manual therapy
    • At the end of the session you can leave the room
    • Reception will call and payment can be made over the phone and a follow-up appt made as required as well as dealing with any insurance matters
    • Payment can be made with reception if social distancing is adhered to